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Palgrave Studies in Communication for Social Change

Palgrave Studies in Communication for Social Change

Series Editors: Thomas, Pradip, van de Fliert, Elske

ISSN: 2634-6397

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About the Editor

Pradip Ninan Thomas 

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Pradip Ninan Thomas teaches at the School of Communication & Arts (SCA), University of Queensland, Australia. He has published widely in communication and social change, the political economy of communication, media and religion, and the media in India. He wrote a trilogy on the media in India published by Sage (2010-2012) inclusive of the Political Economy of Communications in India, Negotiating Communication Rights Movements in India and Digital India. His most recent authored books include The Politics of the Digital in India: Between Local Compulsions and External Pressures (2019, OUP), Empire and Post-Empire Telecommunications in India: A History (2019, OUP) and Communications for Social Change: Context, Social Movements and the Digital (2019, Sage). He has published in the world’s top ranked international journals including the Journal of Communication., Media, Culture & Society; the International Communications Gazette; the International Journal of Communication; the European Journal of Communication and Global Media & Communication and in the Indian journal, the Economic and Political Weekly.

Elske van de Fliert 

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Elske van de Fliert is an Associate Professor at the School of Communication and Arts and Director of the Centre for Communication and Social Change, The University of Queensland, Australia. Her research focuses on the theory and practice of participatory communication in sustainable development and social change, and frameworks for and facilitation of transdisciplinary research for development. Her work finds application across several disciplinary fields, including agriculture, rural and community development, and energy poverty.